by the editors of Prevention Forget the Mom guilt—these basic health, nutrition, fitness, and happiness 101s are easy to impart to your family. In fact, you’ve probably ingrained most of them already! But it never hurts to reflect on how well your kids are hearing—and adhering to—these life lessons, and see if it might be […]
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13 Life Lessons All Parents Should Teach Their Kids
How to Find Hope in the Challenge of Marriage
by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I recently read an article in The New York Times by philosopher Alain de Botton that ignited my thoughts on marriage. Among many things, de Botton expresses in the article a belief that “Choosing whom to commit ourselves to is merely a case of identifying which particular variety of […]
Can the LGBT Community Do What Has Never Been Done Before?
If all the voices of the parents, family, and friends grieving 27 schoolchildren and teachers couldn’t significantly affect the gun laws in America, what can? In the aftermath of the tragedy in Orlando, I think the voice of the LGBT community might be our best chance to drive the conversation forward to get the job […]
11 Wishes for Mother’s Day
Since I have been a mother for 63 percent of my life, and have raised/am raising three lovely daughters, I would like to take this opportunity to make some Mother’s Day wishes—as a mother, for mothers, and for everyone out there trying to raise the next generation of good kids. 1. I wish all parents […]
Care and Feeding
You haven’t really lived until you’ve heard the claim “It’s not you—it’s me.” Usually it’s in the context of a breakup, and it hurts as much as if someone had said, “You’re a jerk, and I hate you.” Still, sometimes it’s important to recognize that it’s not you; it really is them. Take a kid […]
What Do We Mean by Honesty in a Relationship?
by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer When it comes to romantic relationships, what is the most important thing you look for in a person? Although many will have a different answer, the one thing that tops the list for most people (or at least makes their top 3!) is honesty. I agree, honesty […]
What’s in a Vacation Memory?
by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I’m a producer, which means I bring ideas to life. I breakdown stories into visual shots, coordinate people, plan logistics, budgets, schedules and le voilà… movie magic! So it comes as no surprise that as a mom I tend to plan holidays, activities, […]
The Marriage Myth
by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Would you hire an untrained plumber? An IT support person without any training? How about an untrained surgeon? (Yikes, that’s a scary thought!) It’s unlikely that you would hire someone who is unqualified his or her field. But how does this connect to marriage? Read on… Marriage […]
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